We're living in a time of uncertainty and divisiveness. It's truly an unparalleled time in history and in our lifetime. Now more than ever, we have to respect and protect one another. Regardless of any ideology or beliefs, SMRBA isn't a place to share or promote them. Whether it's a seemingly clever remark during a meeting, an off-handed comment in the chat, or even the unintentional subtlety of wearing a potentially offensive or demeaning T-shirt on Zoom, this is unwanted behavior.
Our mantra of "no drama and no politics" is more important than ever before. We always want you to consider SMRBA a safe place where you're free from ridicule and judgment. We're here to promote our fellow members, showcase and grow our business, and build strong and satisfying relationships. Let's all be aware, take care, and continue to support and uplift one another.
As always, we thank you for being a member of our SMRBA family.
SMRBA Zoom Link
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For the time being and until further notice, we will be going back to using our Zoom link.
This is the previous AJ link and again will be used for all Zoom meetings moving forward. Thanks so much for your patience as we tried to make the other platform work, we shall try again at a later date. Please Note:DO NOT SHARE WITH NON-MEMBERS.
If you want to invite someone to a meeting, share the link with that person and they can use it twice. Do NOT share it on social media.
Please join us promptly at 8 am or before on all Zoom meetings. We want to respect everyone's time and we want to start promptly at 8.
You can use your computer, cell phone, or mobile device, for any meetings..
Remember, one link to keep track of for all 3 chapters.
05/06 Dee Baginski - Courage Under Cancer Foundation
05/13 Natalie Ackerly - IHC Speciality Benefits
05/20 Mike Becker - PassTime Paper
05/27 Memorial Weekend - No MEETINGS
SMRBA - Fridays
04/09 Mike Lamb - SKY 7
04/16 Jeremie Schneider - Jax ProPest Control
04/23 Pam Wright - Damsel In Defense
04/30 Jeannie Warnke - Mary Kay
05/07 Ray Paulley - Glass Detail
05/21 Myra Garcia - Superstition Community Food Bank
05/28 Memorial Weekend - No MEETINGS
Please Note: If you're unable to present on your scheduled date, please contact someone on the list to replace you. You can go to www.smrba.com for the phone numbers of our members. Let us know of any changes so we can make an adjustment in the newsletter.
The Women of SMRBA
Geri Page with LegalShield will be telling that having a subscription to LS is like having medical insurance for your legal needs. And we all have them, so why not have the best attorney's in your back pocket 24/7.
Our Thursday Meeting
Laurel with Cards From My Heart will be sharing how simple it is to stay top of mind and how very important it is.
Our Friday Meeting
Mike Lamb with SKY 7 will be telling us about some new things up and coming with SKY 7 and some awesome advertising opportunies too.
SMRBA Member News
The months just seem to run together. Here we are already with another 1st Friday AND Saturday. It's going to be a fun-filled weekend, and it's getting warm out. Wear your sunscreen and enjoy the Easter Weekend.
It's another weekend with Cool and Swingin' with T & Evie on SKY 7. With our very own Tina Makris and Sharon Stover.
Each week they play music from the Great American Songbook, share their stories and mutual experiences with the songs they both love.
This week it's an hour with the girls and Cy Coleman, a Tony Award-winning Broadway composer who rose from a child prodigy classical pianist to a jazz player.
You can hear Cool & Swingin' on Today's Jazz on SKY7music.com Saturday and Sunday morning at 9 am. If you miss it, you can hear the encore Saturday and Sunday evenings at 9 pm.
Also check out our newest show, The Fuse with Cliff Smith! An hour of fusion, rock, jazz, and more. Every Friday and Sunday evenings at 6 pm, and Saturdays at 10 am on Today's Jazz!
Family Home Care has an immediate opening
for a caregiver/ORGANIZER!!!
Playing March 26 - April 17 Fridays 7:30 pm, Saturdays 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Filled with a trove of cherished songs, including "Climb Ev'ry Mountain," "My Favorite Things," "Do Re Mi," "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" and the title number, The Sound of Music, the final collaboration between Rodgers & Hammerstein, opened on Broadway in 1959 and soon won the hearts of audiences worldwide. The inspirational story, based on the memoir of Maria Augusta Trapp, follows an ebullient postulate who serves as governess to the seven children of the imperious Captain Von Trapp, bringing music and joy to the household. Join us as this beloved story comes to life on the Zao Theatre stage.
Attention SMRBA advertisers! Check out our new online Anyflip edition of the PassTime Paper. Along with our weekly PassTime Paper print edition, there’s now an online version that’s so cool. And with both versions running, no one needs to be without it! In your favorite restaurants, using a phone, laptop, or desktop.
The PassTime Paper is there with a family-friendly publication that pro-vides community information and local business promotions alongside jokes, stories, coupons, puzzles & games wherever people need to Pass the Time.
The Superstition Community Food Bank provides emergency food services to qualified individuals and families in East Valley communities with kindness, respect, and dignity. The food bank can really use our help in providing for many families for the upcoming holidays.
Coming soon to the Combs Performing Arts Center! Piano Men Generations on April 3, 2021, presented by TAD Management!
Two Men – Two Pianos – The Music of Two Music Legends: Billy Joel and Elton JohnPIANO MEN: GENERATIONS celebrates the musical influences of BILLY JOEL and ELTON JOHN brought to you by the amazing Father and Son team of Terry & Nick Davies.
Not only have Billy and Elton written and performed music that transcends four decades of music lovers – both have done so, not standing center stage, but seated behind the ebony and ivory of an instrument that will forever define the spirit of their music: THE PIANO! Join Terry & Nick on this journey through the careers of two music icons!
Coming April 9 and 10 to the Combs Performing Arts Center! Seating is limited and tickets are on sale now! For your safety:
Seating is limited. Social Distancing and Masks will be required. Temperatures will be taken upon entering the Performing Arts Center.
Dispensers for hand sanitizer are located at the entrance to the theater in the lobby area.
Performed by Combs Curtain Call Theatre, She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans, a young woman grieving for her deceased sister. Chock-full of supermodel elves, warrior women, and nasty ogres.
She Kills Monsters is a surprisingly sweet tale of friendship, loss, and acceptance. This show does contain adult themes and language and should be considered rated PG-13.
Tickets go on sale April 1st at www.etix.com Tickets are available online for $5 for students and $8 for adults. We will charge $7 for students and $10 for adults at the door.
How fun is this going to be?! Not only is it going to be a blast, but we're also going to be raising money for a really good cause. Sherry Eklund and Laurel Smith, together, could it get any better!
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